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Deploying Next Generation Multicast-enabled Applications
Label Switched Multicast for MPLS VPNs, VPLS, and Wholesale Ethernet
1st Edition - July 15, 2011
Authors: Vinod Joseph, Srinivas Mulugu
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Deploying Next Generation Multicast-Enabled Applications: Label Switched Multicast for MPLS VPNs, VPLS, and Wholesale Ethernet provides a comprehensive discussion of Multicast and MVPN standards—next-generation Multicast-based standards, Multicast Applications, and case studies with detailed configurations. Focusing on three vendors—Juniper, Cisco, and Alcatel-Lucent—the text features illustrations that contain configurations of JUNOS, TiMOS (Alcatel’s OS), or Cisco IOS, and each configuration is explained in great detail. Multiple- rather than single-vendor configurations were selected for the sake of diversity as well as to highlight the direction in which the overall industry is going rather than that of a specific vendor. Beginning with a discussion of the building blocks or basics of IP Multicast, the book then details applications and emerging trends, including vendor adoptions, as well as the future of Multicast.The book is written for engineers, technical managers, and visionaries engaged in the development of next-generation IP Multicast infrastructures.
Offers contextualized case studies for illustrating deployment of the Next Generation Multicast technology
Provides the background necessary to understand current generation multi-play applications and their service requirements
Includes practical tips on various migration options available for moving to the Next Generation framework from the legacy
Network designers and architects, technical sales professionals, professionals pursuing technical certifications offered by equipment vendors, and those who are involved in designing and deploying the framework for multicast, video and related applications
Acknowledgements1. Overview of IP Multicast1.1 Introduction1.1.1 Overview of IP Multicast1.1.2 Multicast Addressing1.1.3 Internet Group Management Protocol1.1.4 Protocol Independent Multicast1.1.5 Multicast Admission Control Mechanisms1.2 Guidelines On Addresses Allocations1.3 Conclusion2. Draft-Rosen Multicast Virtual Private Networks2.1 Introduction2.2 Draft-Rosen Virtual Private Network Multicast2.2.1 Unicast VPNs2.2.2 Multicast VPNs2.3 Summary3. Next Generation Multicast VPNs3.1 Introduction3.1.1 Draft Rosen Limitations3.2 Next-Generation Multicast VPNs3.2.1 Terminology3.3 NG-MVPN Control Plane3.3.1 Ingress and Egress PE Routers3.3.2 Provider Multicast Service Interface3.3.3 BGP MVPN Routes3.4 NG-MVPN Data Plane—Provider Tunnels3.4.1 Point-to-multipoint LSPs3.4.2 MVPN Routing Tables in JUNOS3.4.3 RSVP-TE Provider Tunnels3.4.4 MLDP Provider Tunnels3.4.5 PIM-SSM Provider Tunnels3.4.6 PIM-SM Provider Tunnels3.4.7 Migration from Draft-Rosen to NG-MVPNs3.4.8 NG-MVPN Extranets3.4.9 Provider Router Configuration3.4.10 NG-MVPN—IPv63.4.11 Internet Multicast Using Next-Gen BGP Control Plane3.4.12 Considerations for Deploying Broadcast Video/IPTV3.4.13 Vendor Support for the NG-MVPN Framework3.5 Summary4. Next Generation Multicast VPNs on Alcatel-Lucent (TiMOS)4.1 Introduction4.2 Beginning of NG-MVPN Support on ALU4.2.1 Provider Common Configuration4.2.2 PE Global Configuration4.2.3 PE VPRN (VPN) Configuration4.2.4 S-PMSI Configuration4.3 Full-Fledged NG-MVPN Support on ALU (Rel 8.0)4.4 NG-MVPN Using PIM-SSM as the P-Tunnel4.5 NG-MVPN Using RSVP-TE P2MP LSP as the P-Tunnel4.6 Summary5. Internet Multicast and Multicast VPNs Based on MLDP In-Band Signaling5.1 Introduction5.1.1 Terminology5.2 Multicast LDP In-Band Signaling5.2.1 MLDP signaling5.2.2 FEC Elements5.2.3 Point-to-Multipoint LSPs5.2.4 Multipoint-to-Multipoint LSPs5.2.5 Root Node Redundancy5.2.6 LSP Virtual Interfaces5.2.7 MLDP Commands5.3 MLDP Configuration Examples5.3.1 Reference Network5.3.2 Enabling MLDP5.3.3 MLDP Capabilities 5.3.4 MLDP Database5.3.5 PIM-SSM Transit Application5.3.6 Multicast VPN Application5.4 Summary6. Applications: IPTV6.1 Introduction6.2 IPTV Standards6.2.1 ITU-T6.2.2 Broadband Forum6.2.3 ETSI TISPAN6.2.4 Other Organizations Influencing IPTV Evolution6.3 NGN Reference Architecture6.3.1 Network Interface Definitions6.3.2 Services, Transport, and Management Functions6.4 IPTV Reference Architecture Framework6.4.1 Network Function in the IPTV Reference Architecture6.5 Access Networks for IPTV6.5.1 xDSL in the Access6.5.2 Source Specific Multicast6.5.3 IGMPv36.5.4 SSM and IGMPv3: Initial Join in IPTV Network6.5.5 SSM and IGMPv3: Channel Zap6.5.6 IGMP Snooping6.6 Network Design Considerations for IPTV6.6.1 Bandwidth Requirement for IPTV6.6.2 IPv4 Address Usage Guidelines6.6.3 GLOP Addressing6.6.4 IPv6 Multicast Address Allocation6.6.5 VLAN Design6.6.6 QoS and QoE6.6.7 Network Characteristics6.7 Conclusion7. Multicast for VPLS and Carrier Ethernet Networks7.1 Introduction7.2 Virtual Private LAN Service AKA VPLS7.2.1 VPLS Control Plane7.2.2 Characteristics of LDP VPLS7.2.3 Use Cases for LDP-VPLS and BGP AD7.2.4 H-VPLS—Point to Remember7.2.5 LDP-BGP VPLS Interworking7.2.6 Multicast Traffic in VPLS7.2.7 Multicast in a Wholesale Model7.3 Summary8. Mobile Video Multicast8.1 Introduction8.2 Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service8.3 DVB-H8.4 Multicast Listener Discovery Version 2 (MLDv2)8.5 Multicast Mobility8.5.1 Receiver Mobility8.5.2 Source Mobility8.6 Conclusion9. Summary9.1 Future Enhancements9.2 ConclusionReferencesIndex
No. of pages: 560
Published: July 15, 2011
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
Paperback ISBN: 9780123849236
eBook ISBN: 9780123849243
works with Juniper Network as a Technical Leader within the Juniper Professional Services Organization. He is based in the UK and works with large Service Providers and customers with focus on the key areas of Network transformation, Multicast, QoS, Carrier Ethernet, Vendor Interoperability and Next Generation services. Prior to joining Juniper, Vinod worked as a Senior Network Consulting Engineer within Cisco’s World Wide Service Provider organization providing architectural design and service support to customers in the Asia Pacific and EMEA markets. This responsibility includes the planning and design of large network architectures, together with guiding deployment and providing operational advice. He has over 16 years of experience in IP networking, and built some of the largest IP/MPLS carrier networks in the EMEA, APAC, and America markets.
Affiliations and expertise
Srinivasarao Mulugu heads the Packet division of Nokia Siemens Networks in India. He has over 17 years of experience in the telecommunication industry spanning across North America, APAC, Middle East and India. During the course of his career, Srinivasarao has worked in various capacities at Cisco Systems, Juniper Networks, 3Com and Sprint Communications. He is also active in the industry forums and has chaired several technology sessions in forums such as SANOG, APRICOT, etc. He has an MS in Electrical Engineering and an MBA, both from University of Maryland, College Park, USA.
In his personal life Srinivasarao holds the position of Director Auromira Foundation and is involved in social welfare activities.